Updating firmware kodak digital picture frame
Unlike most conventional frames - which require pictures to be loaded via USB or memory card - the Pulse allows users to upload pictures from any PC with a web connection, and, if you prefer, it can grab pictures automatically from online social networks such as Facebook and Kodak Gallery.
It doesn't get much simpler than that, but is it really as user friendly as it claims to be?
Connecting to our secure wireless network was a breeze, and the frame indicates a signal strength of 78 per cent when located in the room adjacent to our router.
So far so good, but we then found ourselves unable to connect to Kodak's online portal, with the frame opting not to give any information beyond "could not connect to the Kodak Pulse server".
You can grab great deals off apps like Wish as long as you plan ahead.
Then take the time to load the digital photo frame with a variety of photographs that you know they'll appreciate, so all they have to do is plug it in and turn it on, allowing them to enjoy the photos immediately!